dust that rolled over phoenix. it is the second dust storm or haboob, as they're called, in two weeks. the dust towered 3,000 feet high, and winds gusted up to 40 miles per hour, and many drivers just pulled over until visibility improved, and that could have taken a while. weather experts say haboobs only happen in arizona, the sahara desert, and parts of the middle east. >> that is quite a sight. >> that is quite a sight. i just like what they're called, haboobs. i hadn't heard it until these dust storms settled in arizona. >> that's what somebody called it. well, we're calling it hot, hot, hot on the east coast in terms of weather. veronica, how hot is it going to get today? about where we were yesterday. about a degree or two higher, but higher humidity, which means it's going to feel more oppressive across the area today with the heat index approaching 100 degrees this afternoon. 80 degrees is the current temperature.